Adekunle Drops “Party No Dey Stop” Remix With JayO & Byron Messia

As he continues to make waves globally, Nigerian music sensation Adekunle Gold teams up with JayO and Byron Messia to deliver a revamped version of his hit single “Party No Dey Stop,” now available through Def Jam Recordings.

The track’s captivating drum rhythm sets the pace, complemented by an entrancing synth sequence. JayO, the British-Nigerian sound genius, infuses the track with his unique touch, while Byron Messia introduces a Caribbean twist. The trio’s diverse vocal talents make the song a global hit, anchored by Adekunle’s catchy refrain, “Party no dey stop, when we pop, yeah we’re up, plenty spending like it’s nothing.”

A visually stunning music video for the song is set to debut soon.

Earlier this year, the original version of “Party No Dey Stop” featuring Zinoleesky climbed the charts, securing a spot in Billboard’s Top Afrobeats Songs and the Official UK Afrobeats Chart. The song has amassed impressive streaming numbers, further solidifying its place in Adekunle’s 2023 Def Jam debut, “Tequila Ever After.”

The album has garnered significant attention, with over 50 million streams and praise from notable media outlets. Critics have lauded Adekunle’s evolution, with many highlighting his refined Afropop sound.

After a successful North American tour, Adekunle showcased “Tequila Ever After” to packed audiences, leaving a lasting impression.

“Tequila Ever After” boasts hit singles like “Party No Dey Stop,” “Ogaranya,” and tracks from his earlier EP, “Tio Tequila.” The album, with 17 songs, features collaborations with renowned artists like Zinoleesky, Khalid, Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, and his spouse, Simi.

“Tequila Ever After” pays homage to the African sounds that have recently captivated global audiences. It also highlights Adekunle’s artistic journey and maturity. Reflecting on his growth, Adekunle remarks, “I’ve evolved since my 2016 debut album.” Incorporating diverse genres and rhythms, Adekunle solidifies his position as a leading figure in the Afro-pop scene.


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